PARIS, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Renault expects to sell 20,000 of its no-frills Logan car in France in 2006 and aims at doubling this annual target in the medium term, senior sales executives at the French car maker said on Monday. "Logan sales are exploding in France. We are doing four to five times better than we had expected," Patrick Blain, Renault's deputy sales director, told French daily newspaper La Tribune in an interview due to be released on Tuesday. "We should double sales to ...
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